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The latest GDP per capita (PPS) figures are out on Eurostat

 

https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/tgm/table.do?tab=table&plugin=1&language=en&pcode=sdg_10_10

 

Tots?

 

 

GDP per capita PPS 

(EUR)

GDP per capita

percentage of EU average 

EU average

30900

100

Euro area

32800

106

Luxembourg*

78500

254

Germany

38100

123

Austria

39300

127

Denmark

39000

126

United Kingdom

32200

104

Netherlands

39900

129

Finland

34200

110

Belgium

35700

115

Sweden

37400

121

France

32100

104

Italy

29500

95

Cyprus

26800

87

Ireland

57800

187

Spain

28300

91

Lithuania

24900

81

Czechia

28000

90

Portugal

23400

76

Malta

30200

98

Poland

21900

71

Slovenia

27000

87

Slovakia

24000

78

Greece

21000

68

Estonia

25100

81

Latvia

21700

70

Romania

19900

64

Hungary

21700

70

Croatia

19500

63

Bulgaria

15500

50

Iceland

41200

133

Norway

46500

150

Switzerland

48400

157

Montenegro

14500

47

North Macedonia

11600

38

Albania

9400

31

Serbia

12300

40

Turkey

20000

65

Bosnia and Herzegovina

9700

31

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7 minutes ago, Jicky said:

United Kingdom

32200

104

This good or bad

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the billionaires infesting Luxembourg

 

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15 minutes ago, Lukey said:

This good or bad

Down 2 percent from last year. 106 down to 104 %. Not good at all. 

 

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Posted (edited)
5 minutes ago, greeneyedsoul said:

Central Europe's Croatia flopping, why? @AvrilLaQueen

croatian beaches are already full

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Italy flopping :rip: 

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Posted (edited)

The Netherlands slaying wbk queen of longevity.

 

Luxembourg and Ireland's inflated numbers due to their favorable corporate tax systems, werk I guess.

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4 minutes ago, Jicky said:

Down 2 percent from last year. 106 down to 104 %. Not good at all. 

 

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So more money worries

 

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1 minute ago, Lukey said:

So more money worries

 

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Boris might sort it for ya once and for all!

 

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Just now, Jicky said:

Boris might sort it for ya once and for all!

 

As in finally get me homeless? Maybe!

 

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Oh wow at most of these countries’ GDP per capita being half of the United States of America’s. 

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15 minutes ago, liberalmusiclover said:

Oh wow at most of these countries’ GDP per capita being half of the United States of America’s. 

slay us country of big mac!

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Italy didn't flop as hard as I thought

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1 minute ago, Jicky said:

slay us country of big mac!

Love that chicken from Popeyes, bitch!

 

 

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17 minutes ago, liberalmusiclover said:

Oh wow at most of these countries’ GDP per capita being half of the United States of America’s. 

You need to consider that we have access to free education and health care here. 

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6 minutes ago, KillingYourCareer said:

Italy didn't flop as hard as I thought

the good sis hold on quite well even when in trouble .:heart2:

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Czech Republic and Spain having the same GDP per cap. :lmao:

 

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4 minutes ago, Schhh said:

Czech Republic and Spain having the same GDP per cap. :lmao:

 

It's called convergence and it has been happening for some time now in CEE. Czech Republic being the best at it isn't that surprising.

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11 minutes ago, Jicky said:

the good sis hold on quite well even when in trouble .:heart2:

Ireland is the only true winner here and they deserve each coin :jonny: 

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Bulgaria :rip: Mess. I am just happy it's not last :skull: 

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Luxembourg stomping. :deadbanana4:  We stan a gay AND tax haven

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What's PPS? Pretty sure nominal is the best one for comparing international economies. 

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